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Published February 18, 2020

Luke Skywalker Wields a New Lightsaber in 'Star Wars' #6

Here's your first look at the cover for Charles Soule and Jesús Saiz's new mag!

The Force has led Luke Skywalker to someone who can provide him with great insight into the path to Jedi wisdom, but their meeting will change Skywalker forever. The young Rebel thought his duel against his father, Darth Vader, was the ultimate test. But Luke’s trials have only just begun.

The galaxy needs Luke Skywalker. And a Jedi needs a weapon! Discover the story in tomorrow's STAR WARS #6!

Star Wars (2020) #6

Written by Charles Soule with art by Jesús Saiz, colors by Arif Prianto, and letters by VC's Clayton Cowles, the new ish also finds Darth Vader continuing his search for his long-lost son—and the Rebel Alliance finds itself on the verge of a losing all hope! 

StarWars.com debuted an exclusive preview of the mag last week; take a look at those pages below, then read STAR WARS #6 at your local comic shop tomorrow!

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STAR WARS #6 variant cover by John Tyler Christopher

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